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Behind Enemy Lines: Chargers vs. Chiefs p. II

The Chargers and Chiefs have authored some exciting games over the past few years. Expect that trend to continue on Sunday as they collide with first place in the AFC West on the line. Our Scout.com team experts, Michael Lombardo and Nick Athan, break down the big game, talking about Philip Rivers' struggles in Arrowhead, San Diego's defensive deficiencies and much more.

To read the first installment of this Q&A series, click here. Nick Athan: The Chargers opened against a pair of NFL patsies. But last weekend they might have faced the best team in the NFC in the Atlanta Falcons. Is San Diego ready to start playing better teams and can they beat them consistently? Michael Lombardo: The Chargers will keep getting better as the season progresses. Free-agent...

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